I have a canon 1dmk3, and a 70d and a decent collection of EF and Ef-s lenses. I have been feeling like I want to add something different to my collection lately. I have been over going full frame, or going smaller and more portable. Full frame for, well, no explanation is needed there I don't think. And smaller because I don't find myself carrying my camera everywhere like I used to. I have been bouncing back and forth and around inside each option for a couple weeks (dang bad weather is making me obsess over gear instead of shooting, lol). The new pentax k-1 first caught my attention. Then I started looking at the 6d so I wouldn't need new lenses, then over to the a7ii because adapted lenses, then what the heck just go all out on a 5dmkiii. But hey, check out the 5ds, look at that 5dsr too! Ok ok, thats way too much dial it back. Lets look at the k-1 again... (paste in looking at m4/3 stuff in between all of those...) Yeah I know, I need to get out and just shoot before I go insane. I THINK I have settled on going small instead. This would be in addition to my current kit, not replacing anything. I eventually want to go full frame too, but I think I have realized that I am better off waiting a generation on that, especially if I stay all canon on the dslr front and for the price level I am at. So m4/3 looks pretty cool, unfortunately I know nothing about them and it seems like there isn't a ton of information comparing them for some reason? The olympus om-d e10 ii looks like what I want. It is available with 2 kit lenses, any thoughts as to which to choose? What other options do I have at that same price point? I have basically zero interest in video, just photos. Thank you for your insights and thank you for reading my rambling, lol.